What I think was also very enjoyable, personally, was the fact that I was assigned a mentor in power quality metering and dealing with ION meters.
I assisted with some minor modelling for arc flash in two projects too and got a decent comparison between the two fields.
I feel I’m much more suited to power engineering, rather than computer science and programming after spending my placement assisting with analysing power distribution networks here in Premium Power.
What would you say to other students and graduates who are thinking of applying to work at Premium Power?
Premium Power take on a number of students and graduates throughout the year.